Electronics Forum: temprobe (Page 1 of 2)


Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 07:27:49 EST 2004 | pjc

ECD has a product called the Temprobe that is an alternative to hi-temp solder, tapes and glues for thermocouple attachedment. The cool thing about the Temprobe is that you can use it on a pasted board too. http://www.saunderstech.com/

Saunders Temprobes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 10:35:53 EDT 2019 | davef

Hi Justin ... Good to hear from you. Long time ... ECD bought Saunders maybe 20 years ago. Look here: https://www.ecd.com/products/accessories/temprobe.aspx Please click the link below my avatar to the left and send me your email address

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Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 12:40:15 EDT 2001 | random7

check out ECD.com for temprobes.


Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 17:33:26 EST 2002 | davef

You didn�t identify the type of tape you use, but Kapton or similar tape is not an effective method for attaching thermocouples. Search the fine SMTnet Archives for alternatives and comparison of methods. Two methods for mechanically attaching ther

Saunders Temprobes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 07:50:37 EDT 2019 | jmedernach

Hi Folks, It's been a coon's age since I've been on here. I'm wondering if the community can't help me out with something. "Back in the day" there were thermocouples made by Saunders, Temprobes, with a design that would clamp on the board edge. Yo

Aluminum tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 08:29:50 EST 2006 | pjc

In order of effectiveness / accurate reading: 1. Hi-Temp Soldering 2. ECD's Temprobe or new Flexiprobe http://www.ecd.com 3. Glue, such as SMT adhesive 4. Aluminum tape Capton tape should not be used as it expands at reflow temps.

thermocouple for profiling

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 18 14:44:56 EDT 2008 | jax

Saunders Technology... or ECD (makers of M.O.L.E.) has what is called a TEMPROBE that will work how you want... even in "wet" solder paste. Maybe others here can tell you if it works well or not, I use KIC. www.ECD.com/saunders/tp.htm

Re: attaching thermocouples

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 16 17:42:02 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

Hi Steve You really didn't tell us what is going wrong. Not enough heat to melt this hi temp solder (290C/554F)? Too much heat and burning up the pad/board? Thermo falling off? (remove all the original solder) You won't find Loctite 384 all that remo


Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 31 20:13:49 EST 2001 | davef

Omega Engineering 800.826.6342 http://www.omega.com Dais Instruments, 470 Mount Hope Dr Baltimore, MD 21215 800.268.0857 fax 800.433.9971 Thermo Sensors 972-494-1566 Terra Universal Anaheim CA http://www.terrauni.com Saunders Technology [Temprobes]


Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 14:54:10 EST 2002 | Yannick

Hi, I experience some trouble with my solder joint recently. And I'm wondering if someone could help me with this. First I use a thermocouple wich I must tape to the board to profile my temperature. I want to buy the Temprobe from Saunder Tech

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